Republican party front runner and presidential hopeful, Donald Trump never misses any opportunity to lash out at his rivals, especially the one trailing closely on him, Senator Ted Cruz. Trump continues to hit Ted Cruz with everything he can following the Republican debate on Wednesday night in which he hammered him over his eligibility to run for president and his criticism of “New York values.” He has continued on that line of attack and added a few new barbs, including this one: “If Ted Cruz is so opposed to gay marriage, why did he accept money from people who espouse gay marriage?” Trump said this on his Twitter handle, as he is a regular user of the social media to air his opinions and attacks.
Trump goes ballistic on social media against Cruz
During his campaign events on Saturday, Trump sent a lot of tweets blasting the freshman Senator, Ted Cruz on everything, such as his comments about “New York values” to the revelation that Cruz didn’t properly disclose a loan from Goldman Sachs while running for Senate. Trump further continued by questioning Cruz’s eligibility to run because of his birth in Calagry, Canada to a Cuban father and an American mother.
Trump ad features daughter Ivanka
Donald Trump is out with a new radio ad which features his daughter Ivanka Trump. The spot features the 34-year-old businesswoman talking about her father’s influence on her as a parent. The new presidential campaign ad debuted in the early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire two weeks before the Iowa caucuses and about three weeks before the New Hampshire primaries.
Trump calls Cruz a “nasty guy”
With two weeks left before voters in Iowa cast the very first votes in the 2016 presidential election, Republican front-runner Donald Trump is turning up the heat on his fiercest rival in the Hawkeye State, Sen. Ted Cruz. According to ABC News, Trump said: “I don’t think Ted Cruz has a great chance, to be honest with you,” “Look, the truth is, he’s a nasty guy. He was so nice to me. I mean, I knew it. I was watching. I kept saying, ‘Come on Ted. Let’s go, okay.’ But he’s a nasty guy. Nobody likes him.